Take a look at some of Monday’s morning movers:
Mattel - The toymaker earned 6 cents per share, excluding certain items, one cent short of estimates. Revenues were also short of consensus, as sales of the venerable Barbie and Hot Wheels brands fell.
Caterpillar - Bank of America/Merrill Lynch has upgraded the earth-moving equipment maker's stock to "buy" from "neutral," citing solid fundamentals and an attractive valuation.
Citigroup - Citigroup earned $1.11 per share, excluding certain items, 11 cents above estimates. CEO Vikram Pandit says Citi's businesses operated in an improved environment, and the bank also saw benefits from its ongoing investments.
Endocyte - The drugmaker's stock is soaring after Merck bought the rights to Endocyte's experimental cancer drug vintafolide for up to $1 billion.
Avon Products - Privately held Coty has sent Avon a letter, reaffirming its interest in its rejected $10 billion takeover bid for Avon, and asking for confidential discussions. Coty says those discussions would help it determine the best price it could pay for Avon.
Stratasys - The maker of 3D printers and privately held rival Objet are combining in a stock swap deal which will create a company with a $1.4 billion market value. Stratasys shareholders will own 55 percent of the combined company, Objet shareholders 45 percent.Page 1 of 3 | Next Page